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International Joint Venture DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 6th 2017

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The EUR/USD pair hit  its highest for the week, printing 1.0602 mid American afternoon, following the release of soft US employment figures, released one day before the monthly Nonfarm Payroll report. The greenback came under selling pressure after FED’s Minutes showed high levels of uncertainty amid upcoming Trump’s administration, and whilst the pace of rate hikes is expected to  remain in two-three hikes for 2017, the news made investors gave second thoughts to dollar’s sharp post-election rally.

In the EU, the Producer Price  Index for November came in better-than-expected, as wholesale inflation rose by 0.3% in the month, and by 0.1% when compared to a year earlier, beating market’s expectation, although the YoY reading suffered a strong set-back from previous 0.8%. As for US data, the Challenger Job Cuts report for December showed that the employers announced laid-off in the month that were 42% higher than those from a year earlier, when US employers announced plans to shed 33,627 jobs. The ADP private employment survey printed 153K, missing expectations of 170K while November reading suffer a 1,000 downward revision. Weekly unemployment claims,  however, fell to 235K from a previously revised 263K. Dollar’s decline pared after the release of the ISM non-manufacturing PMI, which came in at 57.2 beating consensus of 56.6. The Markit services PMI reached 53.9 in December, from previous 53.4.

The technical picture is bullish as the day comes to an end, with the pair at 1.0595, and the 4 hours chart showing that the price settled above its 200 SMA for the first time since November 9th, and above the 23.6% retracement of the 1.1299/1.0340 decline. Additionally the Momentum indicator maintains its sharp upward slope within overbought territory, whilst the RSI indicator holds near oversold readings. The mentioned Fibonacci retracement stands at 1.0530, the immediate support and the level to break to deny further gains. A disappointing report on the other hand, can push the pair up to 1.0710, the 38.2% retracement of the mentioned decline.

Support levels: 1.0530 1.0490 1.0445

Resistance levels: 1.0615 1.0650 1.0710

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USD/JPY International Joint Venture

The USD/JPY pair plunged to 115.21, its lowest since mid December, holding nearby ahead of Friday’s opening. The pair plunged once it broke below 117.00 following the release of US FED’s soft Minutes, accelerating further lower after US employment data released this Thursday disappointed. The ADP survey showed that the private sector added just 153,000 new jobs in December, well below the 170K expected of previous 251K. December is a month when job’s creation tends to be above-average, due to seasonal hiring, and this poor ADP somehow anticipates a poor NFP report for Friday. Nevertheless, rather than in jobs’ creation, attention will focus on wages after the surprise slump in November. From a technical point of view, the 4 hours chart for the USD/JPY pair shows that the price met some buying interest around a bullish 200 SMA, helped by strong growth in the US services sector last December, but also that it clearly break below its 100 SMA, for the first time in almost two months. In the same chart, the Momentum indicator maintains its sharp bearish slope, whilst the RSI indicator decelerated around 36, both still pointing for a downward continuation on a break below the mentioned daily low.

Support levels: 115.20 114.80 114.40

Resistance levels: 116.10 116.60 117.00

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GBP/USD International Joint Venture

The GBP/USD pair advanced sharply in the US session, rallying up to 1.2432, its highest since December 19th. Once again, stronger-than-expected UK data underpinned the Sterling, in spite of looming Brexit, with the December Markit Services PMI up to 56.2 from previous 55.2, the highest since July 2015. Combined  to the latest Manufacturing and Construction PMIs, data clearly reflects the economy’s resilience to Brexit’s probable consequences. The rally, however, was triggered by soft US employment data, ahead of the US NFP release this Friday. From a technical point of view, the pair settled above the 38.2% retracement of its latest decline around 1.2400, and currently trades above the 200 EMA, for the first time since mid December. Additionally, the price extended well above its 20 SMA that anyway continues lacking directional strength in the 1.2290 region, whilst technical indicators have pared gains  and are now consolidating, near overbought readings. The next Fibonacci resistance stands at 1.2500, and large selling interest is suspected around it, limiting chances of a steeper recovery.

Support levels: 1.2400 1.2365 1.2330

Resistance levels: 1.2460 1.2500 1.2550

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AUD/USD International Joint Venture

The AUD/USD pair advanced for a third consecutive day, up to 0.7356 this Thursday, its highest in three weeks. The Aussie’s latest advance was underpinned by stronger-than-expected Chinese data, this Thursday, in the form of the Services PMI for December rising at its highest in 17-month. The index rose to 53.4 in December, from 53.1 in November, according to Markit. Additional, the local AIG Performance of Services Index for November, jumped to 57.7 from previous 51.1. During the upcoming Asian session, Australia will release its trade balance figures for November, showing a large decrease in the current deficit of 1,541 million. From  a technical point of view, the pair is poised to extend its advance, although much of the upcoming direction will depend on the result of the US employment report to be released early Friday. Nevertheless and in the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have settled within overbought readings, whilst the 20 SMA turned firmly higher below the current level, indicating strength in the upward momentum. The price has reached a major resistance, the 200 EMA that maintains a bearish slope around 0.7350, with some follow-through beyond it favoring an extension towards 0.7450, a major static resistance.

Support: levels: 0.7320 0.7270 0.7220

Resistance levels: 0.7350 0.7400 0.7450

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GBP/CAD International Joint Venture

The GBP/CAD closed the day marginally higher at 1.6435 after falling to a fresh 3-month low of 1.6316, helped by a strong advance in the British Pound, which surged not only on dollar’s weakness, but on the back of another round of strong local data. The Canadian dollar posted moderated gains daily basis, helped by a modest advance in oil prices, on news that Saudi Arabia, as the country is expected to cut oil output in January by at least 486,000 bpd, in line with the latest agreement. Also, US crude stockpiles inventories fell by 7.1 million barrels in the week through December 30th, according to the EIA. Gasoline and distillate stockpiles, however, rose sharply with the first up by 8.3 million barrels and the second rising by 10.1 million barrels, limiting oil, and CAD’s gains. From a technical point of view, the 4 hours chart shows that the price trades right below a bearish 20 SMA, but also that the price is above a key Fibonacci retracement at 1.6390, whilst the Momentum indicator heads higher around 100 and the RSI consolidates around neutral territory, keeping the downside limited.

Support levels: 1.6390 1.6330 1.6250

Resistance levels: 1.6470 1.6530 1.6600

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Dow Jones International Joint Venture

Wall Street fell the pain on a weaker greenback, with major indexes closing mixed. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 42 points, to settle at 19,899.29, while the S&P shed 0.08%, to end at 2,269.00. The Nasdaq Composite, however, closed at a new record after adding 0.20%, to 5.487.94. Weak US employment data dented investors’ mood ahead of the release of the NFP report, while the poor performance of retailed added pressure to stocks. The daily chart for the DJIA shows that the index closed barely above its 20 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator is flat around its 100 level and the RSI indicator retreats from overbought readings, now around 64, limiting the upward potential. In the 4 hours chart, however, the index presents a modest positive tone, with indicators bouncing from their mid-lines, but below previous daily highs, whilst the benchmark holds around its 20 and 100 SMAs, both flat within a tight 20 points range. The index presents a strong static resistance in the 19,940 region, as advances have been steadily rejected from it ever since the week started. It will take a clear acceleration above it to see the benchmark rallying towards the 20,000 region.

Support levels: 19,878 19,820 19,758

Resistance levels: 19,942 19,980 20,045

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FTSE International Joint Venture

The Footsie continued rallying to fresh all-time highs this Thursday, closing at 7,195.31, 5 points or 0.08% higher amid a rally in home builders and mining-related stocks. House builder Persimmon was among the best performers, closing up 7.18% after announcing that private sales in the second half of the year were up 15% from a year earlier. Fresnillo added 10.43%, while Randgold Resources closed up 4.28% and Glencore gained 1.91%, backed by a strong recovery in gold prices. Holding around 7,200, the daily chart shows that the modest advance resulted in technical indicators losing their upward potential, although they hold near overbought readings. In the same chart, the 20 DMA maintains a strong upward slope below the current level and moving further above the 100 DMA, maintaining the risk towards the upside. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators lack directional strength but hold within positive territory, whilst the 20 SMA advanced further below the current level, now offering a dynamic support around 7,156.

Support levels: 7,156 7,118 7,089

Resistance levels: 7,225 7,260 7,300

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Gold International Joint Venture

Gold prices continued advancing this Thursday, with spot up to a fresh 5-week high of $1,184.86 a troy ounce. The bright metal closed the day around 1,181.70, gathering pace from a weaker dollar and a slide in US stocks, following FED’s Minutes which included the word “uncertainty” fifteen times, tripling previous statement’s number, and clearly indicating that policymakers fear upcoming Trump’s decisions. Strong data coming from China also supported commodities,  as the latest PMI showed steady signs of growth in the second world’s largest economy.  In the daily chart, gold has settled above the 23.6% retracement of the post-US election decline, a strong static support now at 1,173.10. Also, and in the same chart, technical indicators maintain their strong upward slopes near overbought readings, whilst the 20 DMA has lost its bearish slope and stands flat now around $40.00 below the current level. In the shorter term, the metal presents a bullish bias, as the price has broken above all of its moving averages, whilst the 20 SMA is about to surpass the 200 SMA after already crossing above the 100 SMA, and technical indicators hold within overbought readings, pausing their advance, but far from indicating upward exhaustion.

Support levels: 1,179.20 1,173.10 1,165.20

Resistance levels: 1,184.90 1,191.30 1,200.00

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Why The Wellness Clarinet LTD –

 

Branding by Association and Wow!
Committed to helping people achieve their burning intention and critical net worth (CNW), with passion warmth focus and adventure. Luckily with a well established group of successful companies contributing to the process.

 

David Jean-Baptiste: Executive Chairman and inventor of Flow Centre, a successful clarinettist, saxophonist, trader and entrepreneurial creative thinker. With endorsements as an artist from Henri Selmer Paris  and d’Addario

 

 

THE CLARITIQUE QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

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1. Can you share one Intention you most desire to achieve?

2. Imagine some likely future situation, what happens when you see yourself making your Intention
come real?

3. Can you imagine your favourite place in the world to relax and feel good? Some people say their
own home and this is good, can you think of another?

4. Being appreciated and respected is a human need, we can all remember at least one time when
we felt appreciated and respected. What happens as you begin to feel loved and respected?

5. What drives your passion positively? Passion sometimes reaches boiling point. What happens
when your passion for something, someone or a situation in your life was so intense it was on
fire, burning inside you with life?

6. When you learn new ways to do act on intention, beautifully your chances of making it come real
multiplies. What else happens as you begin to learn new possibilities?

7. Having a deep sense of fulfillment from within is the best elixir imaginable, magically bringing
you freedom, happiness and satisfaction. It’s good to know that people find different things
fulfilling. Can you remember a time when you felt totally fulfilled?

8. Wow moments often come unexpectedly and are often amazing thrilling us to bits. Can you
describe five different wow moments in your life?

9. The word enrichment conjures up a colourful palette of positive emotions in us. Can you tell me
what the word enrichment means to you?

10. Music is an incredible healing force, enriching the human spirit, also opening and
strengthening the connection between the body and mind. Is there any music giving you
strong feelings?

 

David Jean-Baptiste

 

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Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.

What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

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